Well, i couldn't wait for the U.S. version of monster hunter tri, so i've been keeping myself occupied with the japanese one a few months. So i went out and bought the U.S. version, and i didnt feel like doing the 50+ hours I spent on the japanese version, so i tried transferring my save. What I did was, i opened up both the NTSC and japanese data.bin's with FE100 and i found the 6 save files, and i copied over my old one to the new save file. I repacked it, copied it to the wii, and lo and behold, it worked fine; So, I can confirm that you can transfer over your save from the JP to US version of Monster Hunter Tri! Now the thing is, back when i started playing the japanese one, i hadnt foreseen all this, and i couldnt use the in-game keyboard without it freezing so I had to leave the name as the default HUNTER. I tried opening it up in a hex editor and changing it to the name i wanted in the new file, "Choogie", but it freezes up when i select Begin The Game, when it has to load the list of savefiles. I also tried replacing some bytes that looked like they were linked to the savefile's/character's name, but it still didn't work. So my question is, are there any hackers out there who know what they are doing and maybe have some experience with wii save hacking/using FE100 that know if i'm doing something wrong? am i throwing off some checksum by editing the savedata? Any help or steps in the right direction will be appreciated.